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Karley Baker Hired as the New Girls Soccer Coach at Coosa High School

ROME, Ga. – Coosa High School is thrilled to announce the appointment of Karley Baker as the new Girls Soccer Coach. 

With an impressive background in soccer and a passion for teaching, Karley brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the team.

“Coosa High School is excited to welcome Karley Baker to the coaching staff,” said CHS principal Judson Cox. “We look forward to the positive influence she will have on the girls soccer program. Her expertise, leadership, and commitment to excellence will undoubtedly inspire the student-athletes to reach their full potential both on and off the field.”

Karley Baker, a Rome High graduate of the class of 2017, has always had a deep love for the sport of soccer. During her high school years, she played club soccer in the prestigious Elite Clubs National League, showcasing her exceptional skills and dedication to the game.

In 2014, Karley was honored to be named in the Top Drawer Soccer Combine Girls Best XI, recognizing her as one of the top players in her age group. This achievement further solidified her reputation as a talented and promising athlete.

Continuing her soccer journey, Karley played for one year at Troy University in 2018 before transferring to the University of West Georgia, where she played for three years. Her commitment to both her academics and athletics was evident as she received the Athlete GPA Honor Roll Platinum Award for the Fall 2019 to Spring 2021 semesters.

Karley recently graduated from the University of West Georgia in 2021, earning a Bachelor's degree in Special Education. Her educational background and experience will undoubtedly contribute to her ability to mentor and guide the student-athletes at Coosa High School.

Prior to joining Coosa High School, Karley resided in Birmingham for the past two years, where she honed her teaching skills and made a positive impact on the lives of her students. Her dedication to education and her passion for soccer make her an ideal fit for the role of Girls Soccer Coach at Coosa High School.

About Floyd County Schools

The Floyd County School ( system provides opportunities for schools and students to achieve academic excellence. Floyd County teachers focus on academic basics mixed with innovative teaching methods to build a strong foundation for student learning. In Floyd County Schools, the academic programs are available to prepare students for the most demanding college, university, technical college or other post-secondary training. It is the mission of FCS to focus on student growth and achievement by connecting and preparing them for the future, leading to ultimate student success. Located in Rome, Georgia, the school system serves 16 different schools.